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Fires and Artillery Community to Convene at Defense Strategies Institute’s Joint Fires Summit This Upcoming January

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Huntsville, AL, November 21, 2022 –(PR.com)– Previously, the U.S. military boasted the best, most lethal, most sophisticated artillery and rocket systems in the world. But over several decades, it has allowed this advantage to erode. The ability to gain and retain air superiority led to increased reliance on fires from aerial platforms, both fixed and rotary wing. The U.S. Military is now pushing an anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) strategy. The need to have reliable and lethal systems capable of penetrating enemy area denial systems is a growing priority as potential enemies continue to invest in their defense capabilities while also developing hypersonic and other standoff weapons systems.

Moving forward at the Operational Level, Army Futures Command’s Long Range Precision Fires (LRPF) CFT is leading efforts for the next generation of Army missiles, which will greatly increase the range, lethality and provide cross-domain…

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